Dick Ater Memorial Jaguar Jubilee Car Show
Saturday, April 29
11 a.m. - 3 p.m
1901 Selma Rd.
Springfield, OH 45504
A FUN Family Event!
- Car Show
- Silent Auction
- Food Trucks
The car show welcomes all types, sizes, years, and styles of cars! Registration is on-site the day of starting at 10:30 a.m.
If you are entering a car in to the show the entry registration fee is $15 (cash only on the day of the show).
Auction items will be from local businesses as well as CTC student-made items. The Silent Auction will run from 11 a.m. to 2.pm. Silent Auction items can be purchased using cash, check, or credit card.
- CTC Food Truck ran by the Culinary Arts students
- Young's Jersey Dairy
- Diamond Dogs A CTC Alum business!
- Ashmore Cakes
- Christian Bros Meat Company
Car Show Details
Registration is on-site the day of starting at 10:30 a.m.
The registration fee is $15 (cash only on the day of the show).
- Best Paint
- Best Interior
- Best Ford
- Best Chevy
- Best Truck
- Best Mopar
- Best Import!
- Best of Show
- Student's Choice
Car show judges are students from CTC's automotive programs!
Who Was Dick Ater?
Dick Ater was the Auto Body and Collision Repair instructor at CTC for over 20 years. In that time he did many wonderful things, but his biggest impact was with his students. He cared very deeply and wanted them to be successful in life, no matter what career they chose.
When he heard about Drug Free Clubs of America, he was one of its biggest supporters and pushed to have it brought to our campus, speaking in front of the Board of Education and many others about how this could change students' lives and impact the community in such a positive way. Starting the Jaguar Jubilee combined his love of cars, his students, and this community, and the need to raise funds to support DFCA! Naming this event and the student group is one small way we hope to honor his legacy and continued impact at SCCTC!
Proceeds Support Students in Ater's Drug Free Clubs of America
Ater's Drug Free Clubs of America is a student group centered around positive peer pressure. Students sign up to be voluntarily drug tested, and then are rewarded throughout the year for their choice to lead a drug-free lifestyle! Past rewards have included donuts, an ice cream social, and an afternoon movie with popcorn among many others.
CTC partners with Mercy Health for the testing, and they and the DFCA organization provide supports and counseling to students and their families who want to make the choice to be drug free, but may be struggling. Students pay $10 to join, and all other expenses are covered for both the testing and rewards (roughly $100 per student per year), so every dollar raised through the Dick Ater Memorial Jaguar Jubilee benefits our students and our community! For the 22-23 school year, we have just over 200 members, including all of our students on job placement!
Thank you to our FULL THROTTLE Sponsors!
Thank you to our SUPERCHARGER Sponsors!
Thank you to our HOT ROD Sponsors!
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